- Ro·ber·to Walker [roh-bair-toh] /roʊˈbɛər toʊ/, 1934–72, U.S. baseball player, born in Puerto Rico.
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“She sort of plays the goof a little bit and he plays off her,” says Clemente.
“She knows exactly how to find the heart of a story within moments, which is like finding the heart of a big case,” Clemente says.
“I knew that Rove was on the phone with the Romney people,” Clemente says.
The crime lab raised $1 million to expand the Clemente High School Program to 18 elementary and high schools.A New Way to Fight Juvenile Crime in Chicago
July 13, 2012
Palkot and Wiig were released Thursday, Clemente says, only after Fox appealed to the White House and State Department for help.How the Press Attacks Help the Opposition in Egypt
February 3, 2011
They had not had time to get sunburnt, as those of fish earlier arrived at Clemente.
Clemente Island rose a dark, long, barren, lonely land to the southeast.
Clemente Island has no three-mile law protecting it, as has Catalina.
There also his brother, Clemente Paoli, had a cell to which he often retired.Rambles in the Islands of Corsica and Sardinia
He bounce up and down, up and down and no one can stop Clemente.The Bungalow Boys North of Fifty-Three
Dexter J. Forrester